Truthful hits out on Devil Display

Thursday, June 18, 2015

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SINGER Truthful takes on runaway crime in Jamaica, on his latest single Devil Display, produced by Sajay Productions.


"When you listen to the news you keep hearing about children being killed, girls being raped and the abuse of children in general. It is very disturbing and as musicians and creators of music, we have to play our part in making our voices heard to show that we care about the youth of this country. They are the leaders of tomorrow," said Truthful.


The artiste, whose real name is Devon Lee, is originally from Portland. A former assistant chef, he made his recording debut 17 years ago with Gonna be a Day of Glory which was produced by I & I Records.


His previous songs include Police Pass Thru, Inflation, Murder and Father Forgive Me.


-- KJ


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